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celebrations in the mideast as israel and hamas accept the cease fire. we'll tell you how the united states played a key role in the agreement. >> ambassador susan rice speaks out for the first time since her controversial explanation of what happened in benghazi. and as america celebrates thanksgiving volunteers reach out to help superstorm sandy's victims. we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> people of this region deserve the chance to live free from fear and violence. >> the cease fire survives its first night in gaza. >> very different from the celebrations from what we've seen before. >> the agreement promises to halt years of palestinian rocket attacks and eases israeli border border. >> if you don't treat the underlying wound underneath, the infection doesn't go away.
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political misconduct congressman jesse jackson jr. is officially calling it quits. when discussing the attacks in benghazi, i relied solely on the information provided to me by the intelligence community. already long lines of die-hard shoppers hoping to score deals. >> they're calling this gray thursday. major retailers are trying to get the jump on one another by opening thanksgiving night. >> we're pretty much here for the tvs. >> we all know the true meaning of thanksgiving is great price on tvs. >> mace's thanksgiving day parade balloons. it is always quite the sight. who lived in america before the europeans arrived? >> the vikings. no? interview chris christie. >> what is he doing on thanksgiving? >> i'm afraid he's eating. people you haven't seen all
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year year, your family comes over to the house. i know you're lying. two turkeys, cobbler and his friend, gobbler. >> life is all about a second chance. these birds are moving forward. and all that matters. >> u.s. troops serving our country are being served thanksgiving dinner. >> thousands of miles away on "cbs this morning." >> from kabul, afghanistan -- happy thanksgiving! captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning" on this thanksgiving day. happy thanksgiving. norah o'donnell is off. we are waking up to good news out of the middle east. for the first time in more than a week the cease fire between israel and hamas held overnight and continues to hold at this hour. >> people in gaza and southern israel are leaving shelters and returning home after that week of air attacks across the border. hamas and its supporters inside gaza are claiming victory. charlie d'agata is in gaza city
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this morning. >> reporter: it's like being on a different planet in gaza city whole world away from what this place was like 24 hours ago. people are smiling, congratulating one another. we had to fight through traffic for the first time. and for the first time people here got a good night's sleep and woke up without the worry of israeli air strikes. palestinians by the thousands rallied in gaza city today in support of hamas and to celebrate the end of the worst fighting gaza has seen for years. city streets that had been deserted for more than a week suddenly sprang to life. workmen began the long clean up after eight days of bombardment from israeli air strikes and mourners buried the last man killed by those attacks before the cease fire took hold. funerals of the 160 people killed, almost half of which were civilians, had to be put on hold for days because it was too dangerous to come out any
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sooner. the very moment the cease fire took effect last night, palestinians emerged from their homes and filled the streets, cheering and firing weapons into the air in celebration. relieved palestinian families who had taken refuge in the u.n. school grabbed their belongings and headed home. >> translator: if i had $20 million u.s. i would not be happier than i am today. >> reporter: gaza strip by the thousand s thousands, soldiers stood down, grabbed their gear and headed back to their barracks. for palestinians here they're celebrating more than just an end to the fighting. hamas is claiming victory and they're getting support from places they never had it before. and the reason is many people here feel that they're leaving this fight with more than they had before it started. for "cbs this morning," i'm charlie d'agata, gaza city.
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clachling victory for a different reason. clarissa ward is in cairo where the truce agreement was sealed yesterday. what are the possible sticking points in this new cease fire agreement? >> reporter: good morning, charlie. good morning, gayle. happy thanksgiving. the main sticking point that may arrive with this agreement is that in the third clause of that cease fire agreement that essentially says after a cooling off period israel must start opening up gaza borders and allow for free passage of trade and also people. israel is very reticassant of lifting that blockade. you may see weapons into the hands of militants but hamas is adamant that that blockade needs to be lifted. a few sticking points raised
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with that one. >> what does the role that egypt played mean for egypt and the region going forward? >> reporter: egypt has definitely emerged as the winner in all of this. secretary of state clinton calling it a cornerstone of stability in the region. and i think the west had been a little bit concerned about how egypt's recently elected islamist government would handle a situation like this. they did seem to strike a balance between appeasing their muslim brotherhood supporters who wanted them to talk tough with israel while making sure there's no chance of jeopardy jeopardizing that 32-year-old peace treaty with israel and, of course, the $1.5 billion in u.s. annual aid that comes attached to that treaty. >> clarissa ward thank you. we now go to margaret brennan in washington where she is learning more about the united states' role in the cease fire deal. >> good morning to you charlie, and to gayle. u.s. and israeli officials say
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u.s. president obama sealed the deal with benjamin netanyahu but hillary clinton delivered the cease fire by showing up the primary contact between the administration and netanyahu. over a decade they speak frequently. clinton was the first administration official to meet egypt's president, mohamed morsi, after his historic election. and now by elevating him to peace broker the u.s. is supporting a young islamist president who has struggled to consolidate control of his own country. >> did the u.s. have to make any deals or concessions to make this happen? >> peace comes with a price. morsi's help here is going to get egypt around $450 million in emergency cash. congress may release those funds in the coming weeks, according to administration source. house appropriations committee froze that money in september after the president had already pledged it. the white house is also going to ask congress to increase financing for israel's iron dome
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defense system. the u.s. gave israel about $3 billion in military financing this year. so the big picture an official at state tells me that this effort was about stopping the killing, not launching a mideast peace process for the obama administration. a senior israeli official told me give it one to two more days before you call this an agreement. israel's zero confidence in hamas and prime minister netanyahu used this as a deal sponsored by regional ally egypt at the request of a global superpower. >> margaret brennan, we thank you. more than two months since the attack that killed four americans in benghazi, libya. for the first time u.n. ambassador susan rice is speaking out about that day and her heavily criticized remarks a few days later. sharyl attkisson is in washington. good morning. >> good morning, gayle. after she made those remarks that benghazi appeared spontaneous rather than preplanned ambassador rice is
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breaking her silence and defending herself. outside u.n. security council meetings reporters asked rice why she originally made no mention that the benghazi attacks were thought to be the work of terrorists. >> i relied solely and squarely on the information provided to me by the intelligence community. i made clear that the information was preliminary. and that our investigations would give us the definitive answers. >> reporter: intelligence officials told congress last week they knew and reported internally that the attacks were likely terrorism and an al qaeda affiliated group could be involved. four days later rice gave no hint of that. >> we have no information at present that leads us to conclude that this was premeditated or preplanned. >> reporter: last week former cia director general petraeus told congress someone in the obama administration removed references to terrorism and al qaeda from his agency's summary. senator john mccain, who has called for a special committee to investigate the matter has
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led the call to find out who made the changes and why. >> i was on "face the nation" the morning she came on and told that incredible story. and right after it the president of the libyan national assembly said it was al qaeda. we know it was al qaeda. and yet she never changed her story. >> reporter: yesterday rice also spoke to mccain's criticism of her. >> i do think that some of the statements he made about me have been unfounded, but i look forward to having the opportunity at the appropriate time to discuss all of this with him. >> reporter: because of the flack, republican senator ss mccain and lindsey graham have said they would have a hard time supporting rice to succeed hillary clinton as secretary of state if the president nominates her. last week president obama rushed to her defense. >> she made an appearance at the request of the white house in which she gave her best understanding of the intelligence that had been provided to her.
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if senator mccain, senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. >> next week you can expect republicans in congress to try to find out exactly what was that intelligence that blamed the youtube video and spontaneous mob. closed door briefing said everything intelligence officials told them about those were related to terrorism. how did the spontaneous mob become the main narrative for several weeks? >> cherylsharyl attkisson, thanks. jesse jackson jr.'s career in congress is over. he resigned after nearly six months on medical leave and two weeks after he was re-elect eded. as jay levine of our chicago station cbs 2 reports, there will be a special election to replace him. jay, good morning. >> charlie, good morning to you. special election a very crowded field of candidates seeking to replace jackson who faced both illness and campaign finance
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issues which led him to choosing his words carefully. >> letter of resignation speak to itself. i had hoped and tried to return to washington, ihe wrote. i know now that will not be possible. his father said not only was his son not up to returning to washington but was not up to talking about it. >> he wanted to do a press conference today. he didn't feel that he could take the presser. >> his focus now, focus on restoring my health. after jackson was forced from his washington office into hospitals and treatment centers in june. at first both colleagues and constituents were understanding. some still are. >> he's going through a lot of stuff. probably the best thing for him to do right now, tend to himself and make sure he's okay. >> but then word surfaced while he was being treated his attorneys were also negotiating a guilty plea to misuse of
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campaign funds. >> if you're not here to serve the people then what's the point? your health is supposed to be first. deal with your health. but the people still need help while you're trying to deal with your own private issues. >> reporter: jackson alcohol aknowledged the investigation in his letter pledging to cooperate with the investigators and accept responsibility for my mistakes. in a statement, jackson's attorneys confirm they were negotiating a resolution but that it could take months. jackson himself remained out of sight wednesday. those who spoke with him were moved. >> america is losing out of the halls of congress one of its most able most articulate and most clear voices. >> reporter: it's now up to illinois governor pat quinn to announce details of a special election to fill jackson's seat which will remain open until at least late spring. >> ironically, the last time an illinois governor had to deal with a high profile replacement,
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jackson was also involved fwelg to replace president obama in the senate. governor rod blagojevich was accused of selling that seat. some say the congressman who once was thought to have a bright future may follow him to jail as well. gayle, back to you. >> okay, thanks. volunteers in new york and new jersey will hand out thousands of meals to storm victims who are still homeless and, of course cannot make dinner for themselves today. elaine quijano is in monmouth new jersey. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, gayle. volunteers in this kitchen behind me have been up and working for hours. they've been busy preparing thanksgiving meals for residents of a new jersey town devastated by hurricane sandy. >> we got a great team. lot of people are working hard for this town.
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>> reporter: seabright new jersey mayor hasn't had a chance to slow down since sandy tore through her community three weeks ago. just about every single home or business was damaged or destroyed, including the mayor's own house. >> unrecognizable after superstorm sandy waters pulled back. the amount of damage to our infrastructure was at the time incalculable. >> reporter: 1,400 seabright residents were forced out of their home. across the region 72,000 homes and businesses were damaged by the storm it's estimated. thousands remain homeless. nearly half a million people across the region have applied for federal assistance. urgent recovery effort mean ss an army of out-of-state workers will be spending the holiday away from their families in areas hit hard by sandy. roughly 64,000 utility workers and 7,6 hun00 red cross workers.
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>> gratitude has helped me get through it. i hope that the fellow residents share that sense of gratitude for the many helping hands that have come to lift us up. >> reporter: she and other seabright residents will get the chance to give thanks today. tim mcmahon is senior vice president with a local restaurant group that has invited the entire town to a free thanksgiving brunch. he helped to organize this special event despite losing his own home to floodwater. >> everything we take for granted we shouldn't take for granted. thanksgiving is properly timed. absurd as it sounds i think whenever this is through, we will have gained from it. >> reporter: organizers are expecting about 400 people to attend this brunch. the mayor of seabright estimates it will take about ten years before the town can fully rebuild the homes and businesses
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that were damaged. charlie and gayle? >> elaine thank you. it's a good time when a lot of us have a lot to be thankful for. people were planning a great thanksgiving but it's quite different because of unexpected consequences. >> it's nice to see, charlie, when the time comes, people always step up. those stories never, ever get old. time now to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. lincoln journal star. nebraska says the nation's worst drought in decades is getting worse. more than half of the continental united states has been in the drought since summer. conditions had gotten better during october. now the drought has deepened again into due to a continued lack of rain. los angeles times is reporting hostess will shut down down, planning to lay off 15,000 workers right away. analysts expect that some of its famous brands like twinkies and ding dongs will be bought by other companies and may live on. companies cutting back on business travel before the potential fiscal cliff, usa
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today says. one company will spend $20 billion less in the next two years if the fiscal cliff happens. the boston herald reports massachusetts highway safety director is resigning. sheila burgess came under fire because her driving record includes seven accidents, four speeding violations and a ticket for not wearing a seat belt. did we mention she's the highway safety director? this week, the governor said it was a screw up his words, to hire burgess for that job. she cites health reasons for her resignation. and the telegraph says the pope says in his new book that christ was born earlier than commonly thought. he says dennis small made that mistake many years ago and nobody caught it. many believe he was born between 17 bc and 200 bc.
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good morning, and happy thanksgiving! weather outside looking very nice as we expect high pressure to build in overhead. temperatures warming up very nicely toward the afternoon a little chilly early on today. but the latter part of the day mostly sunny skies. we'll crank these temperatures up into the 60s so get outside and enjoy it if you can. the nice weather going to hold not only today but warming up over the next couple of days. nice and dry it looks like through the weekend. maybe some rain late next week. had this national weather report sponsored by sears. whatever it takes, get to sears. this is how to gift. this is sears.
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in 1965 arlo guthrie went to have dinner with friends. he left with a police record and an idea for a song that's become a holiday tradition. >> the second most famous thanksgiving dinner took place here alice's restaurant. this isn't alice's restaurant. this is a church where alice was living. we'll explain. >> and lauri won a world cup with the u.s. soccer team. she's in afghanistan teaching other young women how to play. we'll show you how she's making a difference both on and off the field. you're watching cbs "this morning."
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, it's 7:26. i'm michelle griego. it was the investigation of a shootout between two cars that
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shut down an oakland freeway last night. those bullet-riddled cars were found abandoned along westbound 580. no word on what happened to the occupants. some kmart shoppers in san mateo are upset this morning. they waited in line overnight to buy low priced tvs but only 10 of them were available when doors opened at 6 a.m. glide memorial in search is preparing its traditional thanksgiving dinner for the less fortunate. breakfast is now being served. thanksgiving dinner starts at 9 colom. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. through thanksgiving weekend at sleep train get 36 months interest-free financing and save $400, $500, up to $600 on beautyrest and posturepedic. even get 3 years interest-free financing on serta icomfort and tempur-pedic. plus, free same day delivery set-up, and removal
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going on there so looking good. here's lawrence with the forecast. >> the storm clouds have cleared out. and you're looking as a nice thanksgiving day around the bay area. still chilly out the door early on. some of the temperatures in the 40s and 50s. high pressure building in overhead so nice and dry on this holiday. and it looks like a beautiful afternoon outside. expect mostly temperatures in the 60s and that ridge will continue to build in the next few days so warmer friday and saturday. staying nice and dry through the first part of this next week.
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my name is major jennifer johnson. i just want to say hello to my family and friends in roosevelt, new jersey. i really miss you guys and i miss especially the food this time of year. so happy thanksgiving.
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hi. my name is captain robert mckiska. i'd like to introduce you to my beautiful wife that i'm going to see in a few weeks. it's been nine months. i can't wait to get home. >> i'm from dallas texas. i want to say hi to my parents pedro and carmen and my baby-sitter. i love you all and i miss you all. i'm sorry i won't be there to watch the cowboys redskins game. all of us want to send our thoughts and thanks on thanksgiving day to all the men and women serving our country around the world. welcome back to "cbs this morning." >> we sure do. no matter where you live at least one radio station is likely to play a particular song at noon today. ar throw arlo guthrie's anthem. >> they call it the second most famous thanksgiving dinner in american history. ? alice had a restaurant, but it has no part in the song.
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>> well she and her husband were teachers at a high school up the road here and they bought this building around 1963 and we would sneak out of the school and come here and do what you do in the '60s. >> hell no we won't go. >> reporter: the year was 1965 and in a country deeply divided over the vietnam war and the draft, an 18-year-old arlo guthrie was planning on becoming a forest ranger. >> sitting on the mountain in the middle of nowhere in montana. it sounded like a very good life for me ♪ this land was made for you and me ♪ >> reporter: he found himself on a far different path after his friend alice invited him to her home, a converted church outside of stockbridge, massachusetts, for dinner. they offered to help alice clean up the space before guests arrived. >> all of the construction
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material was out here on the main floor and all the little pieces and stuff like that we had to get rid of. we had to throw it out. in order to make it look nice we put it in a red vw micro bus and drove off into the sunset as it were. >> reporter: but the stockbridge town dump was closed. >> with tears in our eyes we drove off looking for another place to put the garbage. >> reporter: arlo and his friend were charged with dumping alice's trash on private property. after a thorough investigation by officer obie and a night in jail, they were fined $25 by a blind town judge. if it all sounds like a joke well, that's just the setup. the next year when arlo reported to the draft office he was put through his paces and rejected as morally unfit to serve. after all, he was a convicted litter bug. >> at the end of the day the colonel there, whose name i've forgotten now, says to me i don't think you're the kind of person that we want in the
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military. and i thought he was kidding me. have you ever been arrested? >> reporter: arlo completed the song alice's restaurant the following thanksgiving. an 18 minute opus that became a fixture of the era. >> alice's restaurant was not an anti-war song it was an anti-stupid song because you can't run a country like that. >> reporter: radio host john schaefer calls the song a comedy of errors. >> he was the guy who made a joke out of protesting. alice's restaurant is an 18.5 minute punch line. >> i said obie i don't see how i can take out the garbage with these handcuffs on. >> what's funny is this idiocy. that's what's funny. i didn't make up getting out of the military because i was a litter bug they did. >> we drove to the, quote, scene of the crime unquote. >> reporter: so how does an anti-stupidity song become a
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thanksgiving tradition? >> i'll let you in on a dirtily little secret. d.j.s love long songs especially if you're working a shift on a holiday. an 18 minute song, that was time to take a nap, get a smoke, have a snack. i mean all of the above. >> here we go. >> reporter: from portland maine, to portland oregon of the 100 plus radio stations we reached out to over half said they planned to play the song at least once today, some as many as four times. >> we've been playing alice's restaurant at high noon for almost 20 years. >> we play the original vinyl from 1967. >> we're serving it twice because one serving is not enough. >> reporter: the church has been converted once again, this time into the guthrie center a nondenominational space dedicated to fellowship music and giving thanks. >> every year at thanksgiving we invite whoever wants to come for a free thanksgiving dinner. you don't have to believe anything. you don't have to do anything,
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you just have to be hungry. >> reporter: this year he'll give thanks with friends like officer wilcox. >> did officer obie ever read you i don't remember rights. >> reporter: remember serving in vietnam when alice's restaurant was released. >> shows you times have changed. >> reporter: for the guthrie family this thanksgiving will not be an easy one. jackie passed away a month ago. >> we're talking right now for tv. when this is over i would have called her on the phone because she would have wanted to know how it went. the everyday things i miss. we need to create extraordinary sensibilities about normal everyday things and appreciate them for when we've got them. that's what thanksgiving is about for me. >> reporter: for cbs this morning, mo rocca, stockbridge, massachusetts. >> what a lovely thing to say about your wife. >> i was going to say, beautifully done mo rocca. he's so right, it's the everyday things that matter.
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you can't stress that enough. you know what i like about that piece, it was an anti-stupid song. >> yes, not anti-war. >> never good. world cup champion laura baer soccer isn't just a game. she believes it can bring back change. the way to afghanistan, teaching young girls to play. >> tomorrow we'll talk holiday shopping and the future of receo of jcpenney. that's coming up on shoe. nest ning thermostat for only $198. c'mon kids! while we're young. ♪ ♪ dewalt drill. check. do you have eyes on the nest thermostat? take a left through hardware! hurry! the line is moving fast. amateurs. [ male announcer ] this black friday weekend get a dewalt 18-volt cordless drill for only $99 and the innovative nest 1.0 learning thermostat that automatically adjusts to your schedule to save energy for only $198. lowe's. never stop improving.
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thanksgiving is not just about food and family it's about helping other people. lauri fair is doing that on the other side of the world. she's spending thanksgiving in afghanistan helping young women build a national team of their own. >> right left like this. my name is lauri fair. i'm a former player for the united states. at this moment i'm in kabul,
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afghanistan at the u.s. embassy. put it directly to you like this. soccer is universal. you don't have to be tall or super strong. there's no sort of size restriction or age restriction. everybody can play. here it takes courage to come out. i mean it's a really hard thing to teach courage. and i think every one of these girls has it in terms of the fact that they can pick up a ball. >> what do you use the ball most with? your feet. i chose to have thanksgiving here in afghanistan and it was a little bit short notice. i think everybody is disappointed i won't be home for thanksgiving but i think everybody understands. the opportunity to come over here, in my view it makes it more special to come at that time of year. you start to understand what it means to be in a war zone. you see, you know this is their life. this is their daily lives. they go about their business but they have this constant fear
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that, you know of a suicide bomber or a shell dropping on them or some sort of violence that we don't ever know. i'm definitely thankful for security at home and living in a country where this isn't happening right now. i don't think i got that good of an understanding of how lucky and how fortunate we are in the u.s. when we can play anything and when you travel the world a lot of times, you know you'll pick up a soccer ball and once you show them you can play all of a sudden you're one of them and it doesn't matter you're a female or an american. or that you're of this religion or that religion or whatever. so if you pull back with one foot push out with the same one. this is a chance for me to give something here. it's funny every time i have this illusion that i'm going to give something and travel somewhere and do something, i end up taking more than i give. obviously these girls are
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keeping me more than i teach them. it's much more rewarding. i would say in terms of gift giving they are giving me a lot more than i'm giving them. >> great piece. >> she said soccer is universal. do you think that's true? >> do i. >> did y yeah, we have a. lots of sunshine, chilly in spots out the door still cool in the valleys. we have seen patchy fog there as well but looking nice and clear over russian hill and the golden gate bridge. 38 degrees in the napa valley. 39 in santa rosa. 44 in san jose. and 50 degrees in san francisco. this afternoon, we're enjoying sunshine and temperatures up in the 60s. looks like beautiful weather over the next few days, lots of sunshine through the weekend, cooling off next week.
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here on abc 7. the last six years have been an interesting and enjoyable time as we've been the longest running news team in bangor. >> we've loved every moment bringing the news to you and coming into your homes with stories of the community and state and some recent developments have come to our attention and departing together is the best alternative we can take. >> wow that was live tv two news anchors at a station in bangor quit on the air without telling anybody they were going to do that. they told viewers this week they were leaving together. the next day their boss said the two anchors they were going to be let go anyway. welcome back to cbs "this morning." that, charlie, is what the kids of today call a gangster move. that's so darn bold. >> how many people wanted to do that but didn't have the -- >> the what? confidence. >> confidence. they didn't have a movie to
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write. or a business to define. >> i know what you meant. >> this is not a day for counting calories but there's an app for that. john blackstone has the story of smash your food. a smartphone that gets a game that shows young people what their meals are made of. >> reporter: in their seattle area photo studio this couple have gathered all the usual parts of a thanksgiving dinner. not to eat but to smash. >> this is when you can have so much fun. >> this is a custom piece of equipment? >> you can't go out and buy one. >> from turkey to pumpkin pie it's destined for the smash-a-nator. and they do smash it. but it does have a serious
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purpose. she's a nutritionist who struggled for years on giving lessons on healthy eating to cool children. >> nutrition is not easy to teach. >> reporter: then she an idea. what if kids could see what's in the food they eat. so they created smash your food. a game for iphones and ipads that let kids run the smash-a-nator. it doesn't do anything but make a mess but she calculates the sugar and oil in whatever is smashed. those numbers go into the game where the ingredients drop and drip digitally for counting. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: after a can of cola is crashed -- >> that one is so gross. >> reporter: the sugar just keeps coming.
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so far the game smashes and analyzes 80 different foods and more are being added all the time. >> thank goodness thanksgiving is only once a year. >> no surprise a typical thanksgiving dinner is loaded. >> 2392 calories and majority of that from fat. >> she admits her own mashed pots to are rich with butter and cream so she's not out to spoil anybody's holiday dinner. >> there's no judgment. so in all of our games we inform and tell people now you decide. now that you know you decide. >> for those who decide not eat something they can choose to enjoy it just by smashing it. for cbs "this morning," john blackstone, seattle. >> you see why kids like it. alicia keys has it all. beauty and talent. she let's person to person in her studio and opens up about being a mom.
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, and happy thanksgiving. it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. several bay area charities
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are providing thanksgiving meals to those in need today. among them, glide memorial church which feeds much of san francisco's large homeless population. there's a cornucopia of other thanksgiving events today including the silicon valley turkey trot. about 25,000 runners are on the streets of san jose for the annual charity race downtown and in the city's rose garden area. and other holiday events, the big bone football game at san jose city college and the san francisco auto show. take a look. stay with us, traffic and weather in just a moment.
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xg good morning from the traffic center. hitting the road this morning you're in luck, it's very quiet. live look at the bay bridge. just a couple of cars out there towards the pay gates. so far clear into san francisco. also out of san francisco as you work your way towards oakland. golden gate also quiet. no delays towards the city. and mass transit everything is
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on time no ace train service today. things on a holiday schedule such as bart, muni and caltrain. that's traffic. here's lawrence. >> and the weather is looking great outside, a lot of sunshine, of course, yesterday at this time very stormy but now we have beautiful sunny skies over the bay area. most spots couple of patches of ground fog inland, otherwise we are going to see some cool temperatures to begin with. 30s and 40s in the valleys, 40s and 50s toward the coast. this afternoon though basking in sunshine. enjoying temperatures into the 60s. next couple of days that high pressure strengthens a little warmer on friday and saturday, cooling off toward the middle of next week.
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s s. happy thanksgiving. it's 8:00, welcome back to cbs this morning on this thanksgiving day. how americans are celebrating
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around the world and here at home. and along with the turkey of course, there's football. we'll ask dan marino about today's nfl match-ups and how football got to be so important on thanksgiving day. but first, here's a look at today's eye opener at 8:00. >> it's like being on a different planet today in gaza city. it's a whole world away from what this place was like 24 hours ago. >> the cease-fire between israel and hamas held overnight and continues to hold at this hour. >> egypt has definitely emerged as the winner in all this. >> did the u.s. have to make any deals or concessions? >> peace comes with a price. egypt is going to get around $450 million in emergency cash. >> jesse jackson jr.'s career in congress is over. the illinois congressman resigned wednesday after nearly six months on medical leave. >> volunteers here in this kitchen behind me have been busy preparing thanksgiving meals for residents of a new jersey town devastated by hurricane sandy.
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>> it just lets you know everything we take for granted we shouldn't take for granted. >> there's a new app in time for thanksgiving dinner called smash your food. teaching you about your healthy eating. >> thank goodness thanksgiving's only once a year right? >> that, charlie, is what the kids of today call a gangster move. >> black friday is only hours away. they call it black friday because that is the color of your soul after you trample an old lady for a waffle maker. >> the eye opener at 8:00 is brought to you by the aarp. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king. a cease-fire between israel and hamas is holding this morning. the deal ended eight days of air attacks along the gaza border. >> secretary of state hillary clinton who helped negotiate the agreement is calling it a critical moment for the region. on the gaza strip, the deal triggered celebrations.
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>> reporter: gaza city is an entirely different place than what it was 24 hours ago. in fact, even last night, you can probably hear the streets are full of traffic today, the shops are reopening. bulldozers and cleanup crews have started the work cleaning up after this bombardment eight days of israeli air strikes that have destroyed buildings here in the city. and they're holding rallies today in gaza city. not just in celebration of the cease-fire in the end of fighting, but this is really a rally in support of hamas. hamas is claiming victory in this battle against israel and the israeli military. they're gaining support from places that they never had it before. because many palestinians that we spoke to say they are leaving this fight as much as the suffering that they've had to endure with more than they came here with. now, anybody -- just anybody's guess and there's certainly a concern whether the cease-fire will hold. but there's great optimism and great celebrations here in gaza
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city today. for cbs this morning, gaza city. republicans and democrats in washington are hoping for some kind of truce to avoid the fiscal cliff negotiations will pick up again after the holiday weekend. it was in 2010 that former senator alan simpson erskine bowles came up with a plan that was ignored. their idea is getting a second look. >> reporter: two years ago, the fiscal commission that came to be called bowles/simpson issued a blueprint for the nation's fiscal problems. a blueprint that demanded so much in taxes and spending cuts it died an instant washington death. that was then. today, the politics have changed. >> say yes to simpson/bowles, mr. president. i'm willing to say yes to simpson/bowles. >> reporter: today the broad outlines of bowles/simpson are the backbone of what's being discussed in the fiscal cliff negotiations. their plan was a mixture of the
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president's call for higher taxes, plus the republican call for tax reform and lower deductions. in medicare and social security bowles and simpson say the nation has no choice but to cut future benefits for those earning high incomes. we spoke to both men in washington. >> right now the president is under pressure not to touch social security and medicare. >> of course. so don't touch it. let's just let the damn thing rock along, grab your shorts you know get ready for the fun. >> let them go broke. >> let them go. >> if we don't touch them if we just take them off the table, you know what's going to happen? you know? we're not going to be able to spend money on whatever else it is you love. >> we asked both bowles and simpson if they were encouraged by at least the tone of compromise coming from congress and the president. >> based on what you see at the white house right now, are you optimistic or not? >> i'm not. no. somehow the word compromise means you're a wimp. how did we ever get to that point in america?
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>> optimistic or not? >> i'm not optimistic, but i'm hopeful. i think -- and i think al agrees with this this is the magic moment. we have a second term, democrat president who has been clear that he's prepared to put the entitlement programs on the line on the table. you've got a republican speaker who really gets it who understands the depths of the problems we face. and he said he's prepared to put revenues on the line. >> reporter: both men say the failure to reach a fiscal cliff compromise this year would risk the entire economy. the good news, they say, is that congress and the president seem to agree on that. for cbs this morning, wyatt andrews, washington. >> that's an interesting piece. because everybody i know in washington involved in this thing looks at simpson/bowles as the model they should work off of. >> it's interesting to go back where we started two years ago. grab your shorts. >> they've got more support at
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the time. looking at different circumstance today. there's something that's not on the chopping block in washington. president obama pardoned cobbler and his alternative gobbler in an annual white house tradition. the president said yesterday that life's all about second chances. americans have been giving holiday turkeys to the white house since the 1800s. president eisenhower and president lyndon johnson ate the turkeys they were given. >> what are their names? >> cobbler and gobbler. >> cobbler and gobbler. okay. hundreds of families in the chicago are getting turkey this thanksgiving from a long-running food pantry. >> ladies and gentlemen, if we are going to do this in an orderly fashion -- >> reporter: if you want to truly understand both thanks and giving, show up at chicago's food pantry on any wednesday. >> i need you to take this all the way up to the counter. >> reporter: every week 500 to 600 families line up to get the
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food laverne morris and her troops hand out. >> thank you. >> thanksgiving. >> reporter: this season, the gratitude is great. >> if you didn't have this opportunity, you wouldn't have -- >> i wouldn't have a turkey. >> reporter: but today monica bonds, the mother of three is bringing a turkey home one of 300 anonymously donated to the church. >> happy thanksgiving. >> thank you you too. >> reporter: on wednesday, the turkeys ran out before the line did, but laverne morris had a solution. >> the first 300 will get turkeys and the next 300 will get chickens. >> almost 40% of the people served in the chicago area are under 18. more than a third of the households included at least one employed adult. >> thank you, brother. >> reporter: food for the pantry here and hundreds of others in the area comes from the greater chicago food depository. kate mayer is the executive director. >> the face of hunger is not just the face of homeless
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individuals, but somebody who has a job. >> reporter: and this year is made tougher by last summer's drought. >> normally by now we are getting all of the root vegetables, fresh corn zucchini. but because of the drought, we don't have any. where we usually have sweet potatoes, fresh sweet potatoes this year they're going to have canned sweet potatoes. >> reporter: but canned sweet potatoes are better than none. >> lord be with you. >> and with your spirit. >> reporter: and for 600 people in chicago, thanksgiving will be happier because of what happened here. for "cbs this morning," chicago. >> well, we can all think of something to be thankful for today. we have something in the newsroom today. look at this, the people at groupon sent us a surprise holiday gift this week it's a personalized blanket made by photo weavers featuring charlie, nora, and me. i have to sa
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♪ ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ >> that girl is on fire. grammy award winner alicia keys says she nearly broke under the pressure of being famous, but her true life-changing moment was becoming a mother. tomorrow on cbs's person to person we talk to her about her passion for music and mother hood. >> this is my recording studio. a lot of pianos right?
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i love pianos obviously. >> this is where you don't just record, you compose, you write, you create. >> yes. it is totally my creative space for sure. and it's the reason i'm so super, super proud of it. here's this big beautiful city and who would've ever thought i could have a place of my own, you know that's really my space and no one can ever take this space from me. >> what is when you stand here what is the best thing that's ever happened in this room? >> my entire new album "going on fire" was created in this room. ♪ hotter than a fantasy like a highway ♪ >> at the mtv awards you debuted "girl on fire." >> the first time i'm performing, i felt like i was an animal, i had to just -- ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ ♪ this girl is on fire ♪
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>> it's really an anthem for working mothers, isn't it? >> actually it is. "girl on fire" is about being yourself. you know it's about finding what you feel and feel passionate about, it's really just being who you are. and so with the video, you know i thought it was so cool that we were able to capture everyday activities. ♪ looks like a girl, but she's a slave ♪ >> you're a woman, and a woman deserve things they care for their households make sure the children are safe and they put them to bed and have to clean up and make sure it's not a mess in the place. and they have to get dinner together and make sure it's good and that's what we do. >> reporter: it's also where alicia keys believes she is in her life right now. with a new family her 2-year-old son egypt with husband record producer she embodies the lyrics of her song. >> to have this type of love in
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my life at this time in my life, you know, it means so much. >> everything else fades away right? doesn't matter. >> i was a different person seven years ago. nothing would stop me from going from l.a. to london in three days and not sleep, but, you know, to have time to spend with my family and my son, it's like perspectives change. it's like hold up. let's not kill ourselves here. >> yeah. >> will you have more children? >> mm-hmm. >> a lot more? >> oh, i don't know. >> that sounded like a lot more. mm-hmm. >> definitely at least -- at least one more. at least one more. but not now and not before i tour and not during the tour. and i have to finish a couple of things, and then i can think about that. >> are you a good mom? >> i think i'm a great mom. and i really love it. >> nuts about her.
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nuts about her. i can't wait to see -- >> a beautiful and talented woman. >> beautiful, smart, and just everything you would think a superstar would be is alicia keys. she's amazing. >> well, you can see the entire interview with alicia keys and conversation with sean penn and drew brees on "person to person" tomorrow night at 10:00/9:00 central. it's thanksgiving, and that means family turkey and are you ready for some football? we're going to talk about football with nfl today's dan marino ahead. hey, dan. hey, in the green room ahead on "cbs this morning." this portion of cbs this morning sponsored by international delight coffee creamers. what's your i.d.? rs. what's your i.d.? [ female announcer ] over every holiday season your mouth has been snacking, gift stacking nutcracking and yellowing.
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you know top ten fun facts about thanksgiving. here we go. number four the second thanksgiving was held at a shoney's in chester, virginia.
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number three 85% of thanksgiving dinners end in a fist fight. that seems about right. 85%. macy's thanksgiving can day prayed on cbs is a rerun. try to tell me different. the number one fun fact about thanksgiving no matter how awkward your family's holiday things will be worse at the petraeus house. >> every thanksgiving new york city has a parade. did you know that? we'll have a preview when cbs "this morning" continues. they got floats balloons and everything. your local news is coming up next. we're talking to brook a
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how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everybody. 8:25 your time. i'm frank mallicoat with your cbs 5 headlines on this thanksgiving morning. it was the investigation of
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a shootout between two cars that shut down an oakland freeway last night. the bullet-riddled cars were found abandoned along westbound 580. no word on what happened to the occupants. they both got away. >> some kmart shoppers in san mateo upset. they waited in line all night long to buy low-priced big screen tvs but only 10 were available when the doors opened at kmart at 6:00 this morning. glide memorial in san francisco is preparing its traditional thanksgiving dinners for the less fortunate. breakfast is being served at this hour. thanksgiving dinner starts at 9:00 this morning. they are going to serve over 5,000 meals today. we have your traffic and weather coming up on this holiday so stay right there.
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or good morning from the traffic center. we are "holiday light" on this thanksgiving. here's a live look at 880. no troubles north- or southbound if you are heading to the oakland airport. easy ride there. no delays as you work your way along 101 towards sfo. both directions clear. looks like about an 18-minute ride between 92 and the 80 split. also, nice ride through marin county, no delays heading towards the golden gate bridge. you're clear all the way into san francisco. and also through the altamont pass east- or westbound. traffic moving very nicely in both directions. and your travel times through the east bay looking good. that's a look at your morning drive. here's lawrence with your forecast.
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>> looking good on this thanksgiving day. a lot of sunshine across much of the bay area. heading out there right now toward russian hill and the golden gate bridge, marin headlands looking nice and clear at this hour and will stay that way all day. chilly outside right now. still 39 degrees in napa. 46 in livermore. 49 in san francisco. by the afternoon, enjoy lots of sunshine. planning on those temperatures running in the low to upper 70s by the afternoon hours. next couple of days we'll watch those temperatures warming up a few degrees through saturday then a few high clouds drifting overhead. otherwise, lots of sunshine coming our way.
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welcome back to cbs "this morning." the thanksgiving day parade on cbs is now in its 52nd year.
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>> kevin fraser and brook anderson anchoring this moaning's parade coverage. they are at front row here in new york city. good morning you two. >> you two are cracking me up. i know you're from los angeles. you guys are bundled up like you're in alaska. it's not that cold out there today. >> give us a break. our blood has thinned. but -- >> understand, the wind is whipping down. it's still a little chilly today. if you're still coming out bundle up because it's still the morning. it will get up to 55 degrees unseasonably warm. right now it's a little child. it's crisp. >> it's going to be record crowds. more than 3.5 million people on the streets of new york to get a curb side view because of the mild temperatures i believe. >> here's my contribution to this conversation. what are you looking forward to?
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>> oh, boy. we had so much to look forward to. there's new gigantic colossal floats. hello kitty is new and improved. the patriarch of the smurfs poppa smufr will be here. the elf on the shelf is making his debut. my daughter her head will explode. she will lose it when she sees the elf on the shelf. >> we're looking to the goldfish float from pepperridge farm. the gibson guitar folks coming down sixth avenue. >> that's going to be fantastic. >> listen i'm planning to come down there as soon as we get off the air so i'll look for you. >> we have a spot for you. >> i'm coming.
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charlie loves that good old hello kitty float. thank you for pointing that out. >> can't wait. >> thanks. coverage of the thanksgiving parade on cbs begins at 9:00. that would be 8:00 eastern on central time. if you live in the west you'll see it right after the nfl around 1:00 pacific time. >> football is just as big on thanksgiving as a tradition as parades and turkey. with us hall of fame quarterback nfl today analyst dan marino. welcome. >> hey, hey. >> he has the fastest relief in the history of football. i have no idea what that is. i'm thinking it must be a good thing. >> it's good thing. at least it was a good thing. >> this is a heck of a lineup today. >> it is. >> houston, texasan, lions. >> texans and detroit. >> redskins are playing the
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cowboys. >> full dave football. from the parade to our show yep. good. good day. >> size up for me the quarterbacks "the nfl today." i mean starting with matt ryan. >> he's having a great year. he could be mvp this year the way he's playing and for matt ryan and atlanta falcons they had great seasons. just getting over that hump when it comes to playoffs. getting to that next step. then if he does that then he's going to definitely be mvp. >> tom brady. >> he's pretty good too. i would say he's pretty good. tom has had an incredible career. all the super bowls. the way they are putting up points tough for the jets. >> aaron rodgers, green bay. >> pretty good too. you've done some good scouting. >> charlie likes football. >> think so. >> besides being quarterback is the greatest sports position you can have?
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>> toughest position to play in team sports. that's for sure because all of the responsibility us have as player you have to be tough minded, you got to be strong you go to be leader and better be able to throw pretty good. >> look at andrew luck. young guys are coming in. >> impressed with him. he had a rough week last week but he gets it. he understands the position. >> let's talk about the -- what's up dan? >> talk about quarterbacks. >> let's talk about the tradition of football on thanksgiving. we did a tribute earlier to soldiers in afghanistan. one of the soldiers in afghanistan said to his parents i'm so sorry i can't be with you today to watch the redskins-dallas play. >> it's a day you remember as a young kid getting together with your family, watching football playing, maybe going fax and playing a game called the turkey bowl before. you go to dinner sit down and watch football. great tradition. >> what do you expect on the
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game on cbs? >> houston texans are a strong football team. going on the road. 9-1. pretty well balanced overall as a team. i expect they will go up there. should be a very good game. >> there's this video i want to you see. tell me about jerome and this story we'll see on nfl today. >> he was actually trade from detroit to philadelphia and the trade actually saved his life because you get a physical when you get trade in the nfl you got to pass a physical and they found out he had a brain tumor. so the story is about him and his recovery and his struggle with the situation. >> we have a clip dan. >> good. >> let's show the clip. >> you have to go through a basic, basic physical you know. they hold you. turn your head. touch your toes. stand up. and then they looked at my eyes and that's when it stopped. they looked at my eyes whoa.
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whoa, what does that mean? let me see the paper. see that big white thing. that's not supposed to be there. benign tumor. right on my brain stem. >> and he had no idea dan. he was feeling perfectly fine. >> he was feeling efficiently fine. it's bean struggle. it saved his life. his wife and michelle have been going through a lot and it's a good story so watch it on our show today. >> one last question about quarterbacks. eli manning. >> peyton? >> yeah. >> fully recovered as far as i know. watch him play and people had questions earlier in the year. but he's playing in denver. >> can you be a great quarterback without a great wide receive center >> usually good wide receivers help let's put it that way. >> charlie why do you like quarterbacks so much? >> just do.
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>> why? >> because as he said you go to be smart you got have a good arm. >> what did you play in football? >> early on i played quarterback. >> that's why. he knows how important it is. >> great to see you. >> thank you. >> good to see you. >> can't wait to see the story on nfl today. it will inspire you. >> happy thanksgiving. >> cbs coverage on thanksgiving day begins with nfl today at noon, 9:00 a.m. in the west. >> one more thing to be thankful, how about holiday movies. a lot of people watch football and go to movies too. we'll go through this year's lift from lincoln to "life of pi" with two of the best film
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he wrote about you, all right. >> what did he say? >> he said you guys were checking each other out. you were nice. and you had a mouth on you. >> wait. >> please tell me more.
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>> anything you want to know i'll tell you about it in a letter. it's a general letter. >> cool. >> she's fine. >> she's my friend with an f. >> capital f. >> for friend. >> silver lining playbook is one of the new films opening up over the thanksgiving weekend. >> here is a look at the holiday movies. hello, guys. they say the holidays are the best time to release a movie. how is this season shaping up? >> i think pretty good. i think we have a lot of interesting movies to see this year. feels like a very strong year. >> like what? >> i love "lincoln." "lincoln" is a terrific movie. serious media movie about american politics. >> i hope it doesn't dome civil war. >> the idea of the movie is about it takes a lot of politics
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to get things done. a lot of deals and lincoln showed he was at heart a politician. >> that was about trying to push a bill through congress and count up the votes. >> did you like "lincoln"? >> loved it. >> why? >> i loved it. it was substantial but also wildly entertaining and daniel day-lewis' performance is sublime. his performance was just beyond. >> "the silver lining playbook"? >> terrific performance by robert diniro. jennifer lawrence. >> she was great. >> she was great. she's such a kind of a tough smart disciplined actress. i thought, yeah. it kind of goes in places where you expect it to go. but the route it takes to get there is very zigzagy.
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>> a movie that seems sentimental but then it explodes and goes all over the place. >> "life of pi"? >> i want to see that. >> you guys are hesitating. >> it's almost like to the other side of "lincoln" for you. >> it's a technical marvel. actually don't disrecommend that movie. there's an audience for it and people will love it. >> would you agree? >> i agree. it's a great movie to take kids to older, 9, 10 11 who can hand tell emotional stuff because it's visually wonderful. i think the ideas in the story are a little sappy and soft but this 3-d computer generated tiger is an extraordinary feat of digital film making. >> this movie does have some sort of a depth perception effect like "avatar" did. >> you both hesitated though.
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>> you have to get through the boy and tiger on the boat you have to go through a lot of kind of spiritual mumbo jumbo that some people find touching and loving but my heart and cynical soul find it hard to take. >> we're seeing more medium sized intelligent movies this year. >> yeah. i think so. >> is "argo" an example of that? >> yeah. it's a movie that doesn't have to have a great big budget but a crowd pleasure. "argo" is a great holiday movie. it's been out for a while now. >> ben affleck is proving himself as a director. >> he just doesn't cast himself in the starring role. he's grown. >> tony you always pick out interesting movies that are not highly publicized. what have you liked this year that fits that standard?
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>> well boy. there's one that's coming thunder weekend. a really terrific french movie called "rest in bones." a belgian actor whose name i won't pronounce. well done. really kind of a very tough drama. he's a fighter. she's a trainer, killer whales that was in a terrible accident horribly disfigured. it's another one of these movies that ends up where you expect to it go but getting there is such an intense and emotional and satisfying experience. terrific performance. >> dana what are you looking forward to that hasn't yet opened? >> "the catherine bigelow movie. >> the mission to get osama bin laden. >> describing the whole mission.
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>> what about "les miserables." >> i'm excited about the techniques. he's having all the actors sing their own songs but taping it on site. dubbing their voice later. >> it's an effect kind of live performance on camera. some can really sing. >> ann hathaway. >> thank you for spending part of your thanksgiving with us. >> a pleasure. >> we like being here. >> yes, we do. we do. you do too. >> thank you. >> if you haven't found the right wine for your thanksgiving dinner not to worry. the head of cameron hughes wine i wonder what his name is can help. he'll tell us why business is so good coming up next on cbs "this morning."
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really gets your nose in there. really. a little citrus. maybe some strawberry. passion fruit. and there's just like the faintest -- almost like asparagus and just a flutter of like a nutty cheese. >> wow. >> strawberry. >> good. >> not the cheese. >> one of the best movies about wine. many people really take wine seriously. cameron hughes is shaking up the
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wine business without growing a single grape. his company takes award-winning wines and sells them at a much lower price. cameron hughes joins us now. how do you do that? >> well i run a company or virtual winery. so i source -- we source wine but price it by the gallon and buy high end wines. >> high end wines by the gallon. >> not a romantic way of looking at it. >> fill her up. >> we move wine in tanker trucks. there exists in california a high end bulk wine business. you can buy wine from some of the best wine rice. and why guys sell wine depends. some sell because hey i got ek sees or a component that fit into this. i buy it. i bottle it and ship it. low overhead company. i can usually chop the price in half. >> you've been called the robin hood of wine. do you like that title? >> that suggests i'm stealing from the rich. that's not the way it really
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runs. guys love to sell wine to me. i provide a service and make the business more efficient. sure you can call me the robin hood of wine and we do give people fantastic value. so from that perspective -- >> you're okay with the purists or they are okay with you? >> yeah. absolutely. guys value what we do. like i said we add a service, and if you've got, you know, you've got a high end brand you're selling wine for $100 a bottle and you got excess wine and want to maintain your price point you can't shove 5,000 more cases of that into the market it doesn't work. what you do you'll declassify it and sell it off to a guy like me. >> i'm not sure this is a good question but it obviously flows out of this day. connect wine to thanksgiving for us. >> well i think wine has always been a part of american celebration. and thanksgiving is certainly one of those periods of time when we do that. and wine is certainly becoming
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more prevalent part in our lives and around the meal table, around the dinner table so what a great time to share wine and the stuff that i would recommend for tonight, you know if you're looking for -- >> looking for a recommendation. >> what goes with turkey? >> you know california pinot noir. california's zinfandel. on the white side get a bottle of chablis or a riesling. >> where does your love of wine come from? >> i grew up in the wine business. my father has been in it for 40 some years. my dad works with me. >> your dad works for you? >> not for me but with me. wine has been a part of my life. we had a high school built in their vineyards. >> do you love wines or is it
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just a business? >> oh, no i'm passionate about wine. i always have been. i cut my teeth on the wine business selling franzia box wine. but i wanted to do something on the high end. i cut my teeth early on wine and been exposed to great wine so that's why i start this company. when i realized i could buy fantastic, amazing wine and sell it for a great price that was my reason for getting in this business. >> congratulations. >> thanks for having me. >> that does it for us. have a great thanksgiving. norah happy thanksgiving with your family in washington. next is your local news. we'll see you tomorrow right
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. happy thanksgiving. it'sle:55. i'm frank mallicoat. get you get you caught up with some bay area headlines right
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now. several bay area charities are providing thanksgiving meals to those in need today among them glide memorial. it feeds much of san francisco's large homeless population serving about 5,000 meals today. other events include the silicon valley turkey trot. about 25 runners are on the streets down in san jose for the annual charity race downtown and the city's rose garden area. one guy that's not trotting, but he delivered an awfully nice day on this holiday, lawrence karnow, happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. folks, around the bay area lots of sunshine as we're enjoying high pressure overhead. yesterday, it was very stormy. clouds are long gone same with the rain. temperatures a little cool in spots. we still have 30s in some of the interior valleys, 40s elsewhere. but the good news is that ridge will bring lots of sunshine into the afternoon. these temperatures going to be comfortable as high as 67 in the napa valley. 67 in san jose. 63 degrees in san francisco. i think the next couple of days
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that ridge will strengthen maybe some 70s showing up. the biggest thing to worry about maybe some ground fog late night and early-morning hours. otherwise, plenty of sunshine through the weekend and in fact, staying nice and dry through monday and tuesday, as well. we are going to check out your "timesaver traffic" coming up next.
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good morning a nice ride on the freeways. here's a look at conditions in the south bay. no troubles northbound 101 an easy drive through san jose, northbound 280 no delays, guadalupe parkway problem-free. elsewhere as you work your way towards milpitas, one car there making its way on the ramp. so it's an easy ride this morning. 880 looking good in both directions heading to the oakland airport no troubles there. 101 looks good north- and southbound. 280 through the peninsula also looks good. and appear easy ride through the golden gate bridge. happy thanksgiving, everyone. enjoy your day. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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